The Italian luxury streetwear label has unveiled a fine jewellery line consisting of four unique pieces, made by London jeweller Duffy and sold exclusively at the label's newly opened Los Angeles pop-up store.
Nearly 65% of the world's most wealthiest consumers intend to increase their luxury spending in 2023, especially for fashion in ready-to-wear and leather goods, according to a study by Kantar Insights and Altiant.
Jewelry brand Missoma's founder Marisa Hordern gives insight on how building genuine relationships with brand ambassadors and VIP clients helped grow her brand into one of the UK's fastest-growing private companies.
The French designer, living in Los Angeles and founder of the blog 'Jen Wonders', has made upcycled vintage of the great designers her specialty. She has just launched her new capsule collection called 'Celestial'.
The long-established Italian high-end hatmaker has strengthened its design office by naming Jacopo Politi as head of style. Politi has been with Borsalino since April, based between Milan and the factory in Alessandria.
New Bond Street in the heart of London's West End has lost its crown as the most expensive shopping street in Europe as far as rents are concerned. That title goes to Milan’s Via Monte Napoleone, new figures show.
The designer put on a dynamic fashion show Thursday night in Manchester, where he presented his tailoring in a very sporty, high tech and technicolor spirit for his collaboration with the Italian sports brand Fila.
The 10-year-old Spanish jewellery brand is embarking on a new phase of international expansion. With sales of 7 million euros, the company is looking for new investors and will continue to diversify its offer.
After organizing a retrospective exhibition dedicated to Peter Lindbergh, the Inditex group's president is once again paying tribute to an iconic photographer by hosting an exhibition dedicated to Steven Meisel.
The menswear show’s next winter edition in January will feature, alongside special guests Martine Rose, Jan-Jan Van Essche, Pierre-Louis Mascia and Château Orlando, two new sections dedicated to design objects and pets.